Red Sox stick with Sale, Price in first 2 games of ALCS
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The Boston Red Sox aren't going to make any drastic changes to the starting rotation ahead of their upcoming American League Championship Series matchup against the Houston Astros.

Boston will start left-handers Chris Sale and David Price in Games 1 and 2, respectively, manager Alex Cora told Christopher Russo on MLB Network's "High Heat" on Wednesday.

Sale will start Game 1 at Fenway Park on Saturday, opposite Justin Verlander for the Astros, while Price and right-hander Gerrit Cole will face off in Game 2 on Sunday.

While Sale pitched well against the New York Yankees in Game 1 and during a Game 4 relief appearance in the ALDS, Price was lambasted by Red Sox fans after he lasted just 1 2/3 innings - allowing three earned runs and two homers - in Game 2.

Price has never won a playoff start during his career.

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